Shenandoah County Library Archives

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Photograph of a photograph of an unidentified two-story home with two unidentified women in a horse-drawn cart on the front lawn. Another unidentified man stands near the front of the horse.
Photo of an older photo showing a group of people posed just outside a building. Women are wearing dresses that were popular in the late nineteenth century.

Possibly this is a family group with their two servants included.
Unidentified young woman wearing a dress with laced sleeves.
Portrait of Reva Freeland who served as Deaconess at various Methodist Churches including Mt. Zion, in the mid- 1920's.
Portrait of unidentified young woman wearing glasses.
Portrait of unidentified man.
Unidentified woman with her arm around the shoulders of an unidentified man, both seated.
This is probably a husband and wife.
Portrait of Anna Mae Williams Jackson as a young girl.
Portrait of an unidentified man wearing glasses and a bow tie.
Unidentified staff shown in the kitchen of the White Sulphur Inn in Stephens City, Frederick County, Virginia.
Left to right: Ray Allen Cooper, Oswald Cooper, Jr., Melvin Cooper. The baby on Oswald's lap is Robert Cooper, who later operated Bobby's Family Restaurant in Woodstock. These four brothers were the sons of Oswald Cooper, Sr. and Evelyn McAfee…
Two unidentified young men, one standing and one seated.
Portrait of unidentified man.
Portrait of young African American man wearing a suit and tie.
Ada "Posie" Dyer, wife of Warren Boxley, with her young sister, Katy, and John H. "Jack" Grabill. Posie worked as the housekeeper for Captain John H. Grabill and his wife, Mary. Their home was located on North Main Street in Woodstock. Jack was…
Portrait of Fannie Hughes Timbers from Woodstock taken in the 1912-1914 timeframe. She later married Lucien Paul Butler in 1921.
Two young unidentified children on or beside a chair
Unidentified African American woman, seated, with two unidentified white children beside her.
Photograph of Fannie Hughes Timbers as a young woman. She married Lucian Paul Butler on June 2, 1921, in Woodstock. The groom was 22 years old and his parents were W.O. and Alice Butler. He worked as a cook. The bride was 24 years old and the…
Portrait of unidentified woman, seated and wearing a locket.
Unidentified African American woman wearing long white gloves and dress.
Unidentified woman wearing white dress, stockings, and shoes.
Unidentified woman seated with one leg over one arm of the chair.
Portrait of unidentified African American woman wearing a feathered hat and suit.
Portrait of unidentified African American woman wearing glasses and standing with her hands behind her back.
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